REVIEW: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Field Trip

Let’s judge this book by its cover… A very static cover with a simple concept of both Batman and Superman, the art itself is nice and the colours are well done.

This issue sees a class trip to Wayne Enterprises turn into a hostage situation as a gang of thieves brake in to steal Kryptonian weapons. With Bruce taken hostage it’s up to Superman to save the day and the begrudging Bruce Wayne.

This one was fun; the contempt Superman recieves  oozes off the page as Bruce speaks. The art inside is great and as a one shot fits nicely before the upcoming movie. These free giveaway comics are a great way to bridge the gap from Man of Steel to Dawn of Justice.

Another fun read. 4 stars

Review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Field Trip

Written by Christos Gage
Art by Federico Dallochio
Colours by Jim Charalampidis
Letters by Deron Bennett
Published by DC/General Mills Cereal
Reviewed by Dawn of Comics

Do you agree with my review? Comment below or find me on Twitter @DawnOfComics and let me know what you thought of this book

Leave a Reply

2560 More posts in Reviews category
Recommended for you
Review: Gumballs #3

Erin Nations’ anthology series titled Gumballs continues its poignant autobiographical exploration of life in this third...